SH Mas De Canicatti
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... city of Spain. It is the third largest city, and I am lucky enough to walk out of my door to the right the beach, and to the left, the town.
It is a remarkable place; full of history, stunning architecture and a vast mixture of both modern and traditional areas. I really do love it.
I am lucky enough to be working with a great group of people, and also to be living ...
... is a draftsman and works for a company employed by Ford who designs conveyor belts and other supported machinery. He wants to practice English and I want to practice Spanish so we make a deal. Till Zaragoza, about half way, we only talk English and then till Valencia we only talk Spanish. I’m dreading the second leg the whole way, but excited. His English is more or less fluent and my Spanish is more or less… ****. The English leg is easy. We talk about his ...
... had some time before class and saw a horchateria nearby. I wanted to take it the same way the Valencianos do here. They dip their farton into it. So I had a small horchata...realized downing the big one made me gag a bit, it's hard to take a lot of food at once in warm weather. It was fun to try. :)
My last class Babylon Idiomas took place today. I had such a positive experience here. Rafa, Inma, and Maria were my top ...
... we should have taken the risk as it seems that there were still tickets available but they had simply stopped selling them online. Very disappointing.
An ice cream was necessary to make up for some of the disappointment. As we were out buying one we stumbled across some processions and floats as part of the Pentecost celebrations, which explained the large flower murals we had seen erected in the Cathedral plaza the previous day.
... Valencia's most famous festival, the world-renowned event known as Las Fallas. It's held every March 15th for one week, and always culminates on March 19th, on the Feast of San José (St. Joseph). Huge papier-mâché monuments (fallas) are erected in the crossroads and squares of Valencia around March 15th, and all but one lucky winner are ceremoniously set alight and burned on March 19th in a massive bonfire. The ...